References and further reading
Ballard, N., Jackson, S., Daley, K. and Calder, S. (n.d.) The Heroine Journeys Project [online]. Available from: https://heroinejourneys.com/
Campbell, J. (1993) The Hero with a Thousand Faces. London: Fontana.
Doig, A. (2015) The Hero’s Journey through Online Learning. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education, Southampton, March 30 – April 1.
Davis, K. W. and Weeden, S. R. (2009) Teacher as trickster on the learner’s journey. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 9(2), pp.70-81.
Farmer, R. (2019) The Hero’s Journey in Higher Education: A Twelve Stage Narrative Approach to the Design of Active, Student-Centred University Modules. Innovative Practice in Higher Education, 3(3), pp.1-21. Available from: http://journals.staffs.ac.uk/index.php/ipihe/article/view/181
Follo, G. (2002) A hero’s journey – young women among males in forestry education. Journal of Rural Studies, 18, pp.293–306.
Goldstein, L. (2005) Becoming a teacher as a hero’s journey: using metaphor in preservice teacher education. Teacher Education Quarterly, 32(1), pp.7-24.
Gothard, B. (1999) Career as a myth. Psychodynamic Counselling, 5(1), pp.87-97.
Halstead (2000) From Tragedy to Triumph – Counselor as Companion on the Hero’s Journey. Counseling and Values, 44(2), pp.100-106.
Holmes, T. (2007) The hero’s journey: an inquiry-research model. Teacher Librarian, 34(5), pp.19-22.
Küntzel, Bastian (2019) The Learner’s Journey: Storytelling as a Design Principle to Create Powerful Learning Experiences. Norderstedt: Books on Demand. Available from: https://www.incontro-training.org/thelearnersjourney
Lawson, G. (2005) The Hero’s Journey as a Developmental Metaphor in Counseling. The Journal of Humanistic Counseling, 44(2), pp.134–144.
Mayes, C. (2010) The Archetypal Hero’s Journey in Teaching and Learning: A Study in Jungian Pedagogy. Madison: Atwood Publishing.
Murdock, M. (1990) The Heroine’s Journey. Boston: Shambhala Publications.
Murdock, M. (2016) The Heroine’s Journey. In: Leeming, D. A. (ed.) (2016) Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion. New York: Springer. Available from: https://maureenmurdock.com/articles/articles-the-heroines-journey/
Noble, K. (1994) The sound of a silver horn: Reclaiming the heroism in contemporary women’s lives. New York: Ballantine.
O’Shea, S. and Stone, C. (2014) The hero’s journey: Stories of women returning to education. The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, 5(1), pp.79-81.
Parks, J. G. (1996) The teacher as bag lady. College Teaching, 44(4), pp.132-6.
Randles (2012) The ‘Hero’s Journey’: A Way of Viewing Music Teacher Socialization. Journal of Music Teacher Education, 22(1), pp.11–19.
Robertson, D. and Lawrence, C. (2015) Heroes and Mentors: A Consideration of Relational-Cultural Theory and ‘The Hero’s Journey.’ Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, 10(3), pp.264-277.
Seary, K., and Willans, J. (2004). It’s more than just academic essays and rules of mathematics: Travelling the road with heroes on the STEPS journey as they convert the milestones of their learning journey into signposts for their future. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 44(3), pp.306-326.
Simpson, J. and Coombes, P. (2001). Adult learning as a hero’s journey: Researching mythic structure as a model for transformational change. Queensland Journal of Educational Research, 17(2), pp.164-192.
Vogler, C. (1998) The Writer’s Journey, 2nd Edition. Studio City: Michael Wiese.